For those that enjoy Marks & Spencer food but can’t be bothered to visit the shop, fear not.
The retailer has teamed up with Ocado so that shoppers can have the food delivered straight to the door.
The offering has been in the pipeline for over a year when M&S purchased 50% of Ocado’s UK retail arm for £750 million in February 2019.
Deliveries don’t start until September 1, but shoppers can put items in their basket.
Customers will have access to 6,000 M&S products. There’s bread etc and other food to eat, while a quick glance shows the steak and salmon appear to be better priced than in store.
M&S Food managing director Stuart Machin said: “The team has worked really hard to make this happen and from today, customers can view the existing range of M&S products on the Ocado website as well as hundreds of new ones.
“Our customers can be confident that they will enjoy even better choice and even better value, whether they are shopping in-store or online.”
How much does Ocado delivery cost?
If your order is less than £75, there’s a minimum charge of £2.99 and a maximum of £6.99.
For standard orders of £75 or more, you may be offered free delivery.
You can also opt in for Ocado Smart Pass to potentially save on delivery fees.
The Smart Pass costs £10.99 per month but customers get unlimited free deliveries, can save at least 10% on some brands and get access to exclusive sales and discounts.
Smart Pass holders also get front-of-the-queue access for product samples among other benefits too.